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Thread: Lookie what i found




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    I found this sucker for free, along with a 20gb 7200rpm HD :D.........and basiccally a carfull of crap. I was wondering if anyone could tell me anything about it. Heres the best page on it ive found http://www.old-computers.com/museum/...asp?st=1&c=547 and thats the EXACT match, Mine works..........lol.....K/B works as well. Anyone else ever seen one of these. Attached is a pic of it on..

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    that thing should be in a museum somewhere...

    bet you wont be getting sub-2 hr seti WUs with that baby :laugh:

    :cheers:
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by minibubba
    bet you wont be getting sub-2 hr seti WUs with that baby :laugh:
    That's a typo. he meant sub-2 YR... :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy
    That's a typo. he meant sub-2 YR... :)
    I doubt its even Y2K compliant.

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    Oky, ive done more reseacrhing, and found this sucker is woprth roughly $100!! :D

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    E.T. PHONE HOME * points at the moon*


    That thing reminds me of something i would see in ALF.. up at the attic were he had his like stuff to communicate back home.
    - Damien

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    What color are the labels on it?
    How many 5 1/2 drives does it have?

    Does it boot up and let you use dos?

    Chez

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    Its the PLUS version, Gold Labels, 1 5.25in drive, 10mb HD, works like a charm, boots up no problem, even has some games ;)

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    Does it have the math co-processor?
    You would have to open it to see. Don't know if you want to go that far with it though.
    They are relics!

    Chez

    My 1st computer I built was an 8088, with a math co-processor.
    First game was Wheel of Fortune. It took Vanna White about 1minute to make it across the screen to turn over the letters!!!

    ORIGINAL Dos programming,

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    Dos programming were the days!!!!!!

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    Yuppers its got the 8087 coprocessor,

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